Seattle linebacker Quayshawn Nealy made one tackle, on a 19-yard pass play. Notably, Nealy, who was an undrafted free agent, was given 41 defensive snaps, sixth most on the team. He also played 19 special-teams snaps, which was the most on the team. Obviously, coaches wanted to give him a long evaluation, which means he has a shot at making the roster. For what it's worth, the Seattle Times projected him to not make the 53-man roster. As an undrafted rookie, Nealy is obviously swimming upstream.
Baltimore wide receiver Darren Waller made a catch for 12 yards early in the second quarter that converted a third-and-5. He was targeted three times. Notably, New Orleans defensive backs were called for defensive holding, illegal contact and pass interference on throws to Waller. (Interestingly, the latter two were called against cornerback Damian Swann, the former Georgia Bulldog. You may recall Waller caught a touchdown pass over Swann in last year’s Tech-Georgia game.)